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POST Sworn Personal History Statement

Marina Police Department Pre-History Questionaire

Non-Sworn Personal History Statement 

For more information, please contact Commander Roberto Filice at
(831)884-1210 or by email him today! 

Click here for the initial application packet.




About The Department

Marina Police Department was formerly a Public Safety Department with the police and fire services combined for over 25 years.  In 2007, the Department of Public Safety divided the police and fire services into separate police and fire departments.  The Marina Police Department currently has twenty-nine sworn officers and nine non-sworn personnel. The current staffing for the department includes the Chief of Police, two Commanders, four Sergeants, two Corporals and twenty Police Officers. Those sworn positions are supported by one Administrative Assistant, one Records Supervisor, two Records Technicians, a Property and Evidence Custodian, a Training Manager, and two Community Service Officers. The department services include various police patrol services, vehicle abatement, records, including live scan fingerprinting, animal control, school resource officer services, various youth programs, and crime prevention through environmental design.

About The City

The City of Marina has approximately 92 full time employees, and several seasonal workers, part-time/temporary workers and volunteers, including Volunteer Fire Fighters and Police Reserves. The general fund budget is $18.1 million, with a total budget of $36.9 million. The City is a full-service city, and consists of the following departments: City Manager’s Office, Police, Fire, Airport, Community Development, including Planning, Engineering, Building and Public Works, Strategic Development, including Redevelopment, Housing, Real Estate and Property Management, Economic Development, Recreation and Cultural Services, Finance, City Clerk, and Human Resources and Risk Management.

Community Attributes

An Exciting Time for the City of Marina!

  • Marina is proud of its sizeable ethnic and culturally diverse population.
  • You can enjoy four shopping centers and conduct financial business affairs with four banks.
  • Marina's library was recently completed and offers a large selection of materials, as well as computers and meeting rooms for use.
  • In collaboration with the Monterey Unified School District, Marina opened Marina High School, its first high school, in 2007.
  • Marina includes portions of the California State University Monterey Bay, Golden Gate University, the University of California Monterey Bay Education, Science & Technology Center (MBEST).
  • The Dunes is a major development project which includes a housing component and a retail center with well known retailers, such as REI, Target, Michael's, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Kohl's, Old Navy, and Best Buy.
  • Marina's airport can accommodate private, business or recreational aircraft.
  • Marina encompasses 9,000 acres, which was once owned by ‘Fort Ord’ and is in the process of returning it to the public for natural habitat, educational opportunities and development.  
  • Visitors can enjoy the beautiful water-front Sanctuary Beach Resort and Worldmark Marina Dunes time share units, or the new Ramada Inn. And much more . .


For more information, visit our Human Resources Department.
 


Tree City USA California redevelopment association award winner
City of Marina | 211 Hillcrest Avenue | Marina, CA 93933 | Phone: (831) 884-1278 | E-mail: marina@ci.marina.ca.us
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